Samsung sees double adoption rate of foldables in business field
Samsung has announced that it sees a double adoption rate of Galaxy foldables in the business field. Samsung Galaxy Z Fold and Galaxy Z Flip smartphones are being preferred more for enterprise use than regular customers. This is due to the large screen which allows multitasking with ease.
The company officially informed that from January 2022 to October 2022, the number of foldable smartphones purchase for enterprise customers increased by 105% compared to January 2021 to October 2021.
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Samsung’s foldable smartphone shipments are expected to reach 16 million units worldwide, a 73% year-over-year increase, with the form factor increasingly becoming mainstream. Whereas, the shipments are expected to grow to 26 million units next year.
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We all know how easy multitasking tasking is in Samsung foldable smartphones. In addition, the company has significantly optimized applications for its foldable devices and provided various foldable-specific features to the customers. All these components have helped Samsung achieve a double adoption rate of foldables among enterprise users.
Benefits of foldables for enterprise users:
Nowadays, companies are moving towards work-from-anywhere policies and for this workers are looking to technology for new ways to maximize productivity.
Foldable smartphones have particularly attracted the financial services industry, where 74% of a sample group of financial advisors say staying connected through mobile apps is important or critical.
Samsung’s new Galaxy Z Fold 4 is a multi-tasking powerhouse that is ideal for business use. Aside from its pocket-friendly dimensions, it offers a large, wide-sized screen, making it easier to work with than a traditional smartphone screen.
Its widescreen provides a large work area, perfect for making the most of the features of desktop computers. The perfect tool for juggling multiple tasks and pairs of apps, the PC-like taskbar enables users to manage, launch, and switch between apps without interrupting work.
The huge screen space is also a natural fit for working with multi-windows. The phone can open three apps at once so that users can respond to Gmail while viewing two Chrome browser tabs.
Meanwhile, the Samsung foldable’s Flex Mode not only provides a hands-free experience for major videoconferencing, but it can now support dedicated e-signatures or note-taking capabilities on partner apps using the S Pen.
Powerful partnerships elevate experience of foldable devices:
Professionals need the best tools to help them maintain consistency and routine, even while working remotely. Therefore, the Samsung foldables support complex workflows including alerts, research, charts, and portfolios, and give them the power and productivity advantage they need to stay competitive.
On the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, the adaptive layout of the Bloomberg Professional app provides smooth continuity and multitasking on the go. Users can easily switch from the cover screen, ideal for quick instant Bloomberg (IB) conversations, to the large screen that’s perfect for reading news, monitoring real-time market data, browsing a portfolio, or performing chart analysis makes it easy.
Furthermore, users can also drag and drop email attachments directly into DocuSign e-Signature in multi-view mode, and quickly seal deals on the go with Samsung’s S Pen and dedicated Flex Mode signature. And, for financial professionals on the go, in and out of the office, DocuSign created a PC-like experience using Samsung DeX Mode.
Samsung also collaborated with IBM which helps wealth advisors quickly access and manage market and portfolio information. Integration of Samsung DeX and S Pen enables users to interact with data, drag and drop files between apps, translate handwriting to text and even capture digital signatures in a full desktop-like environment on your foldable device makes.
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Samsung Galaxy F54 with flagship camera, Nightography launching on June 6
Samsung will launch the Galaxy F54 5G smartphone in India on June 6, 2023. Today, the company has officially teased the upcoming device along with its launch date and pre-reservation activity. It’s a mid-range handset, equipped with pro-grade features such as a 108MP camera.
According to Samsung, the Galaxy F54 5G will launch in India on June 6, 2023, at 3 PM. Ahead of the unveiling, consumers can pre-reserve the device by paying INR 999, just like the flagship devices. By looks, this upcoming phone appears to be a Galaxy A54 sibling.
If you pre-reserve, the Galaxy F54 will be shipped to you first before the regular availability on platforms like Flipkart and Samsung.com/in. As it’s a refundable amount, you can avoid purchasing the phone if you feel it’s overpriced or concerned with any specs.
So if you are wondering to buy the Galaxy F54, it’s the greatest time to make initial purchase towards by pre-reserving. The payment amount will be reduced from the final invoice during checkout, however, Samsung is pledging additional benefits of up to INR 2000.
Galaxy F54 Highlights
- 6.7-inch Full HD+ Super AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate
- 108MP primary rear camera with OIS and 4K video recording
- Nightography, Star Trails
- 8MP ultrawide camera
- 2MP macro camera
- 32MP selfie camera with 4K video recording
- Exynos 1380 processor | 6GB/8GB RAM, 128GB/256GB storage
- 6,000mAh battery, 25W fast charging
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Samsung launches Galaxy self-repair program in South Korea
Samsung Galaxy smartphone and laptop owners will be able to repair their products themselves. Today, Samsung announced the launch of the Galaxy self-repair program in South Korea, allowing consumers to repair their own products.
Thanks to the self-repair program, Korean consumers will not only be able to visit the Samsung Electronics service center and repair the product but will also be able to purchase the necessary parts online and perform the repair themselves.
Self-repair begins with some models and limited parts and will be gradually expanded in the future. Accurate repairable models and parts can be found on the official website. First, self-repair of Galaxy mobile products and some models of TVs becomes possible.
It starts with three models: Galaxy S20 ∙ S21 ∙ S22 series, Galaxy Book Pro 39.6cm (15.6- inch ) series laptops, and 80cm (32-inch) TV. Users of this model can purchase necessary parts and repair tools through the Samsung service website.
In the case of smartphones, self-repair is possible for three parts: the display, the back cover, and the charging port. A total of seven parts, including the touchpad and fingerprint recognition power button, are included in the subject of self-repair for laptops.
Once replaced, you can use the “self-repair helper app” to optimize the new part to work properly. Afterward, through the self-diagnosis function of the “Samsung Members App,” you can check whether or not there is an abnormality in the repair result.
Consumers who have completed self-repair can visit the service center or return some of the replaced parts and repair tools to Samsung through courier service and receive a refund of the eco-friendly deposit. Recovered parts are either recycled or lead to responsible disposal through inspection by Samsung.
Google delayed its ‘dual’ foldable attack on Samsung
Google’s hardware product design director Ivy Ross recently participated in a podcast show, confirming that Google has a second Pixel foldable phone, but did not disclose other details. It’s like a delay in a dual attack on Samsung’s Galaxy foldable portfolio.
Ross simply said that the Pixel device would “beyond every existing foldable,” which also caused Google to delay the product launch. She said Ross said the decision to forego launching a second foldable Pixel device was due to strict requirements for quality and innovation.
The official further added that she is proud of the team’s ability to create a better experience than existing foldable phones. It was previously reported that Google is developing a clamshell foldable phone similar to the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip. It’s unclear whether Ross’s Pixel will be the rumored foldable phone.
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